Normally we’re not too fond of the suede thigh-high look–it strikes us as a little too unapologetically Kim Kardashian/Real Housewives of Orange County/Paris Hilton‘s “career as a recording artist.” But Kruger makes it work by keeping everything else so subdued… and also because she’s Diane Kruger and we kind of blindly approve of everything she wears. So… sorry for being a coward. More
Topic: Christian Louboutin
There are so many things that are annoying about this!
At least three. More
It seems like her wardrobe choices lately have amounted to “fill a cannon with tight, pink, sparkly shit” and “stand in front of it.” More
Listen closely… that’s the sound of 1000 social climbers weeping. More
“Hey girl, wanna go rummaging in a rat-infested dumpster and see what exciting things we can find?” More
Boobs boobs legs boobs legs boobs boobs legs boobs. More
I have much better ideas on what to do with 20,000 pairs of fake Louboutins than setting them on fire. Not all of those ideas involve giving the shoes to me. More
Ladies, please don’t do this. More
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To “evoke lightness” (but definitely not subtlety) Louboutin made the 120-millimeter heels out of white lace and Swarovski crystals (which are like rich people ketchup, basically). Then he added some butterflies because butterflies are feminine and shit. More
While the rest of us long for the day that we can drop several thousand dollars ($100,000 to be accurate) on an Hermès Birkin bag, Clint Eastwood‘s daughter thought it appropriate to light one on fire. Classy, right? More
Sure it’s was “edgy” last year. But those spiked heels have been perverted to look needy and famewhorey. Let them rest in rebellious peace. More
I mean, he doesn’t actually care if you’re comfortable, but he isn’t designing footwear with the intentional purpose of destroying your feet. More